Nat Yuttayong has opened a new Thai restaurant downtown at 111 South Upper Street, next to McCarthy’s Irish Bar. Nat’s menu is small but has “authentic true taste of Thai.” Yuttayong, who recently returned from a trip to Thailand, said, “I have rediscovered the true authentic Thai food again. After many years in the U.S., we all had forgot the real taste of Thai food.” Yuttayong grew up working with his aunt at Siam Thai restaurant. In 1989, the family opened Bangkok House, and after it was sold, opened Taste of Thai. He most recently worked with his cousin at Mai Thai Restaurant on Tiverton Way. Yuttayong said the menu will feature “the fresh pad Thai noodle just like back home.” Other menu items include spicy beef and pork salad, shrimp herb and spice, and fried chicken wings with herb. Curry specials are served on Tuesday and Thursday. Hours are noon to midnight Monday through Thursday, and noon to 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Call (859) 433-0197.
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This is a great place to eat, but the internet here is horrible. They say it is high speed, but it is impossible to get any online work done here. It is also not a matter of timing because I have been here quite a few times and the internet problem has persisted, even when there aren't many people soaking up the bandwidth. It is also not the quietest environment to work in. On the plus side, the food is great and the staff is friendly. Definitely go here for a nice meal and good service, but you're better off getting your work done elsewhere.
I'm not a big fan of the restaurant itself, the seating area is sort of dismal, but the food here is wonderful and inexpensive. The crab rangoon (which I usually don't even order in other places)is crispy and flavorful, not greasy at all. The chicken chow mein is ultra-fresh and the hot and sour soup is the best in Lexington. I will be getting carry-out from Jin Jin once a week from now on!